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in southern ontario -- but in a library? it's one of the final touches at canada's greenest school. dr. david suzuki public school is the first in the country to get a platinum rating from the u.s.-based green building certification program known as l.e.a.d. julianna is the chief engineer on the project. she loves the gym with its massive windows, sun pipes, and reflective surfaces. >> we actually have a sensor that monitors light levels and will actually dim the electric lights. >> reporter: the school's solar panels and windmills generate electricity and the rooftop gardens help with temperature control. the school's carbon footprint was a priority from day one. 100% of the old building was reused or recycled. even the dirt from the foundation will be turned into a naturalized play area. no plastic playground equipment here. no dark, dank boiler room either. dr. david suzuki school is heated and cooled with the latest geothermal technology. the kids can see the mechanics at work. they're already on board. they've been attending open houses to learn how the school works. >> this is a tube th
relatively warm ground. that's what we're doing with this fall air mass from alaska and canada san jose we have the cloud cover and a little sprinkle or two may drop but the best chance of seeing anythin will be along the coast whe we could have drizzle during the afternoon hours. let's take a look at temperatures. look how cool they are. still in the 50s in san francisco, half moon bay, los gatos. low to mid-60s around the bay and mid-s in inland valle in the north bay and east bay. low to mid-60s the montey bay and inland to gilroy and salinas. don't think it's going to warm up with much more than we're dealing wit now. yesterday that cool crisp breeze and that drizzle chance at the coast. >> drying and clearing as high pressure moves in tonight and starts to scrub our sky clean. it will bring warmer, drier and brighter weekend. as far as today, keep droppin again in most neighborhoods. san francisc could be the exception, oakland 63. concord ops two more degrees to 70. redwood city, san jose, santa rosa. 7, 8 and 9 degrees cooler. yesterday we we about 10 to 20 degrees cooler than the d
ground. that's what we're doing with this fall air mass from alaska and canada. san jose we have the cloud cover and a little sprinkle or two may drop but the best chance of seeing anything will be along the coast where we could have drizzle during the afternoon hours. let's take a look at temperatures. look how cool they are. still in the 50s in san francisco, half moon bay, los gatos. low to mid-60s around the bay and mid-60s in inland valleys in the north bay and east bay. low to mid-60s the monterey bay and inland to gilroy and salinas. don't think it's going to warm up with much more than we're dealing with now. yesterday that cool crisp breeze and that drizzle chance at the coast. >> drying and clearing as high pressure moves in tonight and starts to scrub our sky clean. it will bring warmer, drier and brighter weekend. as far as today, keep dropping again in most neighborhoods. san francisco could be the exception, oakland 63. concord drops two more degrees to 70. redwood city, san jose, santa rosa. 7, 8 and 9 degrees cooler. yesterday we were about 10 to 20 degrees cooler
to anti tobacco campaigns. >>> and the agency has issued warning letters to the maker of canada dry sparkling green tea ginger ale. the fda says it has concerns that their claims of being enhanced with 200-milligrams of green tea cannot be confirmed. >>> and right now temperatures as much as 20 degrees cooler than they were yesterday at this time. i'll show you some neighborhoods that will actually be cooler again tomorrow. >>> a decision tonight whether to close three schools. we're getting information on how the closures would impact students and other schools in the area. >>> we're at a rescue at sea, the reasons why practice makes perfect. >> they're real risks and we take them very seriously. >>> the simple blunder preventing leaders in a bay area city from making big decisions. >> i can hardly believe it. >> tonight at 6:00. >>> there are some big changes in the dundock's bridge area. the area is now on the way to becoming a thriving area for some endangered animals. >> reporter: a pond which used to produce salt is today filled with bay waters. the hope that 30 nesting island
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